New Daiwa BG MQ 2020 details:
The new Daiwa BG MQ is here, a heavy duty spin reel that brings revolutionary Daiwa advancements like a monocoque body to an unprecedented affordable price point. Upgrades have been made to almost all areas of design and build. Specific improvements have also been made to each reel size to maximise performance. Daiwa BG MQ is ready to battle whatever the sea can throw at you.
By reimagining the way a spinning reel is designed, the Daiwa BG MQ saltwater spinning reels put unprecedented strength into the hands of saltwater anglers of all stripes. Built around a single-piece Monocoque aluminum body, the renowned BG series of reels is now stronger and lighter than ever before.
With the Monocoque design, the reel body serves as a stiff, distortion-proof frame that keeps the reel’s internal components in precise alignment even under the most extreme drag pressures. This allows for increased cranking power and torque while extending the life of both the reels gears and bearings.
Not only does a single piece body provide extreme rigidity and strength, but it also eliminates the necessity for pins and screws to hold the body together, thus making the reel more resistant to water intrusion. The reel also features 9 internal rubber seals at key areas like the drag stack, spool shaft, handle, and side plate, making it well equipped for long seasons in the surf.
Featuring Daiwa’s precision cut DigiGears that are between 20% and 40% larger than those of the competition, the Daiwa BG MQ is built for unrelenting power. With sizes ranging from backwater reels for flounder and speckled trout to large offshore reels made to battle giant bluefin tuna, the Daiwa BG MQ has all your saltwater angling bases covered.
Daiwa is proud to introduce the next generation of BG spinning reels to saltwater anglers of all stripes, this time with a one-piece Monocoque aluminum body. Light and strong like a Formula One racing car, the reels are lighter and stronger through use of monocoque body technology.
In terms of application, the reels are designed for everything from inshore to heavy offshore fishing with models like the Daiwa BG MQ 2500D-H perfect for speckled trout to models like the Daiwa BG MQ 20000 designed to withstand the pressures of fishing giant bluefin tuna.
With the Monocoque design, the reel body serves as a stiff and distortion-proof frame, which is handy and compact at the same time. If offers more rigidity, more stability, and bigger gears. The Water Resistance is superb and Monocoque body offers more power and torque as a result.
The reels also feature an all-aluminum frame and features Digigear technology. Compared to most of the competition, the gears are between 20% to 40% larger. The gears also feature a larger tooth pattern, giving the gears a much longer gear life and durability than competitive reels. Tests reveal a gear life that is one to three times the length of competitive reels.
Daiwa BG MQ Specs:
Compared to conventional spools, the LC-ABS has been shown to increase the average flight distance by approx. 5% due to its reduced weight and modified shape.
Daiwa’s Automatic Tournament Drag uses an improved drag grease that exhibits a low viscosity at rest, yet becomes more viscous immediately after drag start up. This reduces initial drag start-up inertia and combined with the structural changes of the ATD Drag System results in a smoother drag from the initial hook up.
METAL ALLOY BODY
Rock solid in strength and performance, alloy is tailor made for Australian conditions and allows a reel to be created that is light, yet strong, and supremely rigid and highly corrosion resistant.
A one-piece frame eliminates the use of traditional two-piece body & sideplate construction. A single piece body utilises a screw-in engine plate to house the main gear, reducing flex and twist under load creating a sealed mechanism. The elimination of the side plate also has also allowed for a more compact body design. MQ technology not only makes reels stronger & better sealed, but also more compact.
Daiwa’s first generation of digitally engineered gear design ensures a perfect mesh between ultra-tough stainless-steel drive gear and pinion gears for optimized speed, power, durability and smoothness.
Lightweight and incredibly strong, aluminium allows strength and weightlessness to be achieved without the cost and corrosion issues of other metals.
Daiwa BG MQ Overview:
Daiwa’s BG series has changed the game of what affordable quality looks like in heavy-duty spinning reels. Now, by combining Monocoque Body (MQ) technology with the mass market appeal of BG, 20 BG MQ is born.
Monocoque Body (MQ) is the single biggest revolution in spinning reel design from Daiwa by totally eliminating the traditional two-piece body construction. MQ reels don’t use any side plates and feature a completely screwless body design which eliminates potential entry points for water & grime, and significantly enhances overall body strength and rigidity.
The screwless design principle of MQ bodies are also significantly more compact than a standard body design. Screws need material to grip to, and that means more overall size and more mass in traditional body designs. By replacing the side plate with a machined aluminium engine plate which screws directly into the reel body, MQ reels can maximise the internal space made available by using larger size drive gears than before.
Throughout the entire line-up of Daiwa BG MQ, vast improvements have been made to almost all areas of the reel design. The drag has been improved both in maximum capacity but also in smooth overall performance, drastically reducing the friction of the Carbon ATD drag – Daiwa BG MQ’s drag performance is unmatched by the competition.
The MQ body construction not only has the obvious benefits of a stronger & more compact body design, it also delivers an increase in gear durability thanks to absolute zero movement of drivetrain components once installed inside an MQ body. Weather-sealing is also significantly improved, with seals visible in multiple locations throughout the reel, Daiwa BG MQ is built for the harshest of environments.
Casting performance has also been improved with the implementation of Long Cast ABS (LC-ABS) spool design. LC-ABS spool design improves line flow from the spool, resulting in increased casting distances across the board with both heavy & light lines.
Throughout the BG MQ range, improvements have been made specific to the size of each reel to maximise their performance and overall appeal to each target market.
Small size Daiwa BG MQ (2500-4000) feature dramatically larger sized drive gears. Middle sized models 5000 & 6000 now feature the Rigid Air Rotor design, maximising strength and appeal for mid-weight sportfishing applications. Larger size Daiwa BG MQ from 8000-20000 receive huge benefits as a result of the MQ body, with the leg & main body drastically increased in strength without increasing weight.
Daiwa BG MQ marks a new era in affordable saltwater spinning reels from Daiwa, with MQ technology now available to the masses. Daiwa BG MQ is built for the harshest conditions and is set to once again revolutionise the industry. Available from 2500-20000 size, Daiwa BG MQ is now aligned with 20 Daiwa Saltiga sizing.
New Daiwa BG MQ 2020 model specifications:
BG MQ BGMQ2500D-H
BG MQ BGMQ3000D-XH
BG MQ BGMQ4000D-XH
BG MQ BGMQ5000D-H
BG MQ BGMQ6000D-H
BG MQ BGMQ8000-H
BG MQ BGMQ10000-H
BG MQ BGMQ14000-H
BG MQ BGMQ18000
BG MQ BGMQ20000
New Daiwa BG MQ 2020 Frequently Asked Questions:
Where is Daiwa BG MQ manufacture at?
The new Daiwa BG MQ models are manufactured in Malaysia or Korea
What is the reel weight of the Daiwa BG MQ 4000D-H
The 4000 model Daiwa BG MQ weighs 10.1 oz.
I Currently have a 9ft St Croix Mojo MH rod, any suggestions for reel size?
I would recommend a Daiwa BG MQ 5000 size model for the 9' rod
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New Daiwa BG MQ 2020 Reviews:
I am very impressed after 2 weeks of use. The reel is very smooth under load and new dragknob is easier to set and loosen. The Daiwa BG MQ is my go to reel for this fall season.
Very lightweight reel and super smooth
I have a Daiwa BG MQ 6000 and it’s smaller than Shimano Saragosa 6000. I definitely prefer the Daiwa over the Shimano.